Mesotherapy is a safe, natural alternative to invasive cosmetic procedures and is ideal for dry, dehydrated and dull skin or simply as a skin boost. Treatment can be applied to the whole face, neck, chest and hands.
The Mesolift process involves a series of extremely superficial micro needling to the epidermis which allows for transportation of the products to the dermal layer where cellular interaction takes place. Using a very fine needle to slightly break the surface of the skin to nourish and rejuvenate the skin promoting the production of collagen, strengthening elastin fibres and stimulating metabolism.
Mesotherapy is a highly effective rejuvenating treatment, replacing the hyaluronic acid which provides deep hydration, toning benefits and cell regeneration. The transdermal delivery of vitamins, minerals and amino acids that decrease as we age offer reduced sagging, cellular nutrition and anti-ageing properties to the skin.
The treatments can tone and tighten sagging skin, reduce fine lines and repair free radical damage. Clients describe their skin as firm, radiant, youthful and glowing as a result of Mesotherapy treatment.
The delivery of the Mesotherapy treatment can be optimised by combining the treatment with a superficial glycolic skin peel. The action of the glycolic peel exfoliates dead skin cells and unclogs pores allowing for improved penetration of the mesotherapy product.
A series of six weekly treatments is advised to achieve completion of the mesotherapy properties to gain the maximum improvement. After this, monthly treatments are recommended to maintain smoother, healthy and hydrated skin.
One-off treatments are extremely popular for special occasions for instant glowing skin radiance and giving an amazing base to apply make-up.
The formulation of the active ingredients delivered through Mesotherapy offer results to:
- STIMULATE the skin biochemical reactions
- IMPROVE skin firmness and tone
- RESTRUCTURE mature skin tissue
- REPAIR post trauma skin imperfections
The composition of active ingredients are designed to favour the different biological reactions of the architecture of the skin, they include:
Acts on the flexibility of the skin by regulating the growth of epidemic cells. By acting on the keratinisation process, it favours cicatrisation and partially corrects the thinning of the derma due to skin ageing.
An anti-oxidiser due to its major anti-radical properties. It maintains the integrity of tissue by fighting the formation of toxic peroxides.
Stimulates the synthesis of collagen and inhibit the one of melanin.
Excellent anti-deficiency substance and is indispensable for the good biological balance of the skin.
Acts in the complex blood coagulation mechanisms in the skin, it plays a major role in the regulation of the micro-circulation.